Monthly Archives: July 2013

Nothing changes – except maybe the climate

Nothing much changes. Sure, the wheel was rather a grand invention, the transistor revolutionised electronics and the microprocessor of course – but at the end of the day the human condition still exists and snake oil continues to outperform alternative … Continue reading

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The propaganda juggernaut – part dos

Way back in 2007 when Southern Spain was a bit drier than usual, Greenpeace came up with this imaginative artist’s impression of the desertification of southern and eastern Spain. It shows the river Ebro on its course through Zaragoza. The … Continue reading

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Sea Levels – it’s getting serious

Now it’s getting serious and it’s worse than I thought. Recent developments reveal a superabundance of unforseen circumstances that are likely to result from climate change. Having an extensive property portfolio which includes a beachfront ‘mansion’, I have two nagging … Continue reading

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